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AUSTRALIA-JAPAN/
RTS267P4
November 16, 2018
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe walks with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison as Aboriginal men...
Darwin, Australia
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe walks with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison as Aboriginal men...
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe walks with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison as Aboriginal men play a didgeridoo and carry a ceremonial fire as they arrive at the Cenotaph War Memorial in Darwin, Australia November 16, 2018. Rick Rycroft/Pool via Reuters
AUSTRALIA-RECONCILIATION/
RTX66HT2
May 28, 2018
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' plays a didgeridoo as he participates in a ceremony with fellow...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' plays a didgeridoo as he participates in a ceremony with fellow...
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' plays a didgeridoo as he participates in a ceremony with fellow performer Terry Olsen to mark the start of National Reconciliation Week for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Sydney, Australia, May 28, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-RECONCILIATION/
RTX66HT1
May 28, 2018
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' reacts as he holds his didgeridoo during a ceremony to mark the...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' reacts as he holds his didgeridoo during a ceremony to mark the...
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' reacts as he holds his didgeridoo during a ceremony to mark the start of National Reconciliation Week for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Sydney, Australia, May 28, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-RECONCILIATION/
RTX66HT0
May 28, 2018
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' reacts as he holds his didgeridoo during a ceremony to mark the...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' reacts as he holds his didgeridoo during a ceremony to mark the...
Aboriginal performer known as 'Turtle' reacts as he holds his didgeridoo during a ceremony to mark the start of National Reconciliation Week for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Sydney, Australia, May 28, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray
ANZAC-DAY/FRANCE
RTX5X8HA
April 24, 2018
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is presented with a didgeridoo at the opening of the Sir John...
VILLIERS-BRETONNEUX, France
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is presented with a didgeridoo at the opening of the Sir...
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is presented with a didgeridoo at the opening of the Sir John Monash Centre on the eve of ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) day ceremonies in Villiers-Bretonneux, France, April 24, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
BRITAIN-ROYALS/AUSTRALIA
RTX5KI17
April 09, 2018
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay...
GOVE PENINSULA, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles visits the Gove Peninsula
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala, Northern Territory, Australia April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Pool TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-ROYALS/AUSTRALIA
RTX5KGAS
April 09, 2018
Britain's Prince Charles prepares to have a didgeridoo placed against his chest during a demonstration...
GOVE PENINSULA, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles visits the Gove Peninsula
Britain's Prince Charles prepares to have a didgeridoo placed against his chest during a demonstration of the musical instrument at the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala, Northern Territory, Australia April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/AUSTRALIA
RTX5KG6V
April 09, 2018
Britain's Prince Charles shakes hands with a didgeridoo player as he visits the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka...
GOVE PENINSULA, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles visits the Gove Peninsula
Britain's Prince Charles shakes hands with a didgeridoo player as he visits the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala, Northern Territory, Australia April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/AUSTRALIA
RTX5KG2M
April 09, 2018
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay...
GOVE PENINSULA, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles visits the Gove Peninsula
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala, Northern Territory, Australia April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/AUSTRALIA
RTX5KFZN
April 09, 2018
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay...
GOVE PENINSULA, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles visits the Gove Peninsula
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala, Northern Territory, Australia April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/AUSTRALIA
RTX5KFY3
April 09, 2018
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay...
GOVE PENINSULA, Australia
Britain's Prince Charles visits the Gove Peninsula
Britain's Prince Charles takes part in a didgeridoo demonstration during a visit to the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Yirrkala, Northern Territory, Australia April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Pool
ASEAN-AUSTRALIA/
RTS1NVAH
March 16, 2018
A boy places money onto a fur for a busker playing a traditional Australian Aboriginal musical instrument...
Sydney, Australia
A boy places money onto a fur for a busker playing a traditional Australian Aboriginal musical instrument...
A boy places money onto a fur for a busker playing a traditional Australian Aboriginal musical instrument known as a didgeridoo, on a footpath outside the one-off summit of 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Sydney, Australia, March 16, 2018. REUTERS/David Gray
USA-IGNOBEL/
RTX3GBJH
September 15, 2017
Didgeridoo instructor Alex Suarez, center, demonstrates the Ig Nobel Peace prize-winning study, "Didgeridoo...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
Didgeridoo instructor Alex Suarez, during the 27th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony at Harvard University...
Didgeridoo instructor Alex Suarez, center, demonstrates the Ig Nobel Peace prize-winning study, "Didgeridoo Playing as Alternative Treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome," during the 27th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S. September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Gretchen Ertl
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/FLAG
RTS18WK6
June 28, 2017
An Australian Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo during a welcoming ceremony at Government House in Sydney,...
Sydney, Australia
An Australian Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo during a welcoming ceremony at Government House in Sydney...
An Australian Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo during a welcoming ceremony at Government House in Sydney, Australia, June 28, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
RIO TINTO-AGM/
RTS15229
May 04, 2017
Executives of mining company Rio Tinto watch on as an Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo at the start...
Sydney, Australia
Executives of mining company Rio Tinto watch on as an Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo at the start...
Executives of mining company Rio Tinto watch on as an Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo at the start of the company's annual general meeting in Sydney, Australia, May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
RIO TINTO-AGM/
RTS15226
May 04, 2017
Executives of mining company Rio Tinto watch on as an Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo at the start...
Sydney, Australia
Executives of mining company Rio Tinto watch on as an Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo at the start...
Executives of mining company Rio Tinto watch on as an Aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo at the start of the company's annual general meeting in Sydney, Australia, May 4, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/
RTS11VZO
March 08, 2017
Aboriginal performers play traditional musical instruments didgeridoo and music sticks, at Sydney's Circular...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal performers play traditional musical instruments didgeridoo and music sticks, at Sydney's Circular...
Aboriginal performers play traditional musical instruments didgeridoo and music sticks, at Sydney's Circular Quay, Australia, March 8, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-JAPAN/ABE
RTSVH4J
January 14, 2017
Akie Abe, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, listens to Leon Burchill play the didgeridoo with...
Sydney, Australia
Akie Abe, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, listens to Leon Burchill play the didgeridoo with...
Akie Abe, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, listens to Leon Burchill play the didgeridoo with Lucy Turnbull, the wife of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, during a tour of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Sydney, Australia, January 14, 2017. REUTERS/Rick Rycroft/POOL
CRICKET-WORLD/IND-UAE
RTR4RIEV
February 28, 2015
An aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the Cricket World Cup match between India...
Perth, Australia
Aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the Cricket World Cup match between India...
An aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the Cricket World Cup match between India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Perth, February 28, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX15UJF
November 27, 2013
An Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome to...
An Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome to Country" ceremony in front of the Sydney Opera House November 27, 2013. The ceremony was performed during the official announcement of the World Parks Congress, which will be held in Sydney next year. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX15UIT
November 27, 2013
An Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome to...
An Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome to Country" ceremony in front of the Sydney Opera House November 27, 2013. The ceremony was performed during the official announcement of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Parks Congress, which will be held in Sydney next year. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX10LTZ
June 13, 2013
An Australian Aboriginal man plays a wooden wind instrument known as a didgeridoo as the Tibetan spiritual...
Sydney, Australia
Australian Aboriginal man plays a wooden wind instrument known as a didgeridoo as the Tibetan spiritual...
An Australian Aboriginal man plays a wooden wind instrument known as a didgeridoo as the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama arrives at a media conference in Sydney June 13, 2013. The Dalai Lama is in Australia on an 11-day visit, during which he will speak in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Darwin. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
CZECH/
RTR32U5H
May 30, 2012
A protester blows a didgeridoo outside a tent of the Occupy Prague protest camp, where people signed...
Prague, Czech Republic
A protester blows a didgeridoo outside a tent of the Occupy Prague protest camp in Prague
A protester blows a didgeridoo outside a tent of the Occupy Prague protest camp, where people signed a petition opposing the Czech government's reforms, in a park near the government headquarters in Prague May 30, 2012. The placards (R) in front of the tent read, "Excuse us for not making the same amount of money as you are stealing." REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2VJSA
December 22, 2011
A reveller blows his didgeridoo at Stonehenge on Salisbury plain in southern England December 22, 2011....
Salisbury, United Kingdom
A reveller blows his didgeridoo at Stonehenge on Salisbury plain in southern England
A reveller blows his didgeridoo at Stonehenge on Salisbury plain in southern England December 22, 2011. The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year, and the longest night of the year. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN - Tags: ANNIVERSARY ENVIRONMENT)
MOTOR-RACING/
RTR2BZVG
March 24, 2010
Red Bull Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel (L) of Germany learns to play a didgeridoo with Aboriginal...
Melbourne, Australia
Red Bull Formula One driver Vettel learns to play a didgeridoo during a promotional event in Melbourne...
Red Bull Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel (L) of Germany learns to play a didgeridoo with Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Facilitator Ron Murray during a promotional event in Melbourne March 24, 2010. The Australian F1 Grand Prix will be held in Melbourne on Sunday. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR24Z31
June 24, 2009
Spain's King Juan Carlos (R) holds a didgeridoo as he and Queen Sofia (C) talk to aboriginal dancer,...
Canberra, Australia
Spain's King Juan Carlos holds a didgeridoo as he and Queen Sofia talk to aboriginal dancer after a welcome...
Spain's King Juan Carlos (R) holds a didgeridoo as he and Queen Sofia (C) talk to aboriginal dancer, Paul House, after a welcome ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra June 24, 2009. King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain are making a three day state visit to Australia. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR24MZ8
June 14, 2009
Tap Dogs dance group creator Dein Perry (L) and his son Reid (R) dance as a performer plays a didgeridoo...
Canberra, Australia
Tap Dogs dance group creator Perry and his son dance as a performer plays a didgeridoo at the launch...
Tap Dogs dance group creator Dein Perry (L) and his son Reid (R) dance as a performer plays a didgeridoo at the launch of Australia's bid to host the FIFA World Cup in Parliament House in Canberra June 14, 2009. Australia is competing with eight other bidders to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup and 10 bidders for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA SPORT SOCCER)
GERMANY/
RTR22JYK
December 13, 2008
Australian actress Nicole Kidman blows a didgeridoo next to German TV host Thomas Gottschalk during the...
Stuttgart, Germany
Australian actress Kidman blows a didgeridoo next to German TV host Gottschalk during the German television...
Australian actress Nicole Kidman blows a didgeridoo next to German TV host Thomas Gottschalk during the German television show "Wetten dass...?" (Bet it...?) in Stuttgart December 13, 2008. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR22JYC
December 13, 2008
Australian actress Nicole Kidman blows a didgeridoo beside German TV host Thomas Gottschalk (C) as Australian...
Stuttgart, Germany
Australian actress Kidman blows a didgeridoo next to German TV host Gottschalk in Stuttgart
Australian actress Nicole Kidman blows a didgeridoo beside German TV host Thomas Gottschalk (C) as Australian actor Hugh Jackman balances on one leg during the German television show "Wetten dass...?" (Bet it...?) in Stuttgart December 13, 2008. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
POPE-AUSTRALIA/YOUTH
RTX7XPF
July 15, 2008
An Aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the World Youth Day's opening mass in...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the World Youth Day opening mass in Sydney...
An Aboriginal performer plays a didgeridoo before the start of the World Youth Day's opening mass in Sydney July 15, 2008. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
SOCCER/FIFA
RTX6A25
May 29, 2008
Australian aborigines perform with didgeridoos during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress...
Sydney, Australia
Australian aborigines perform with didgeridoos during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress...
Australian aborigines perform with didgeridoos during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress at Sydney Opera House May 29, 2008. Delegates of 203 countries attended the congress which will run until May 30. REUTERS/Will Burgess
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SOCCER/FIFA
RTX6A1I
May 29, 2008

An Australian aborigine performs with a didgeridoo during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress...
Sydney, Australia
An Australiam aborigine perfroms with a didgeridoo at Sydney Opera House

An Australian aborigine performs with a didgeridoo during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress at Sydney Opera House May 29, 2008. Delegates of 203 countries attended the soccer congress which will run until May 30. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
SOCCER/FIFA
RTX6A0U
May 29, 2008
An Australian aborigine performs with a didgeridoo during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress...
Sydney, Australia
An Australiam aborigine perfroms with a didgeridoo at Sydney Opera House
An Australian aborigine performs with a didgeridoo during the opening ceremony of the 58th FIFA congress at Sydney Opera House May 29, 2008. Delegates of 203 countries attended the congress which will run until May 30. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTR1ZN7Q
April 19, 2008
Actor Hugh Jackman greets actress Cate Blanchett (R) prior to the commencement of the Towards a Creative...
Canberra, Australia
Jackman greets Blanchett prior to commencement of Australia 2020 Summit in Canberra
Actor Hugh Jackman greets actress Cate Blanchett (R) prior to the commencement of the Towards a Creative Australia stream 'Australia 2020 Summit' in Canberra April 19, 2008. Aborigines with didgeridoos and wearing loin cloths opened a summit of Australia's brightest minds on Saturday, with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd urging fresh ideas to solve indigenous inequality and ease climate change. REUTERS/Stefan Postles/Pool (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
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April 19, 2008
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd gestures as he attends a Communities session of the 'Australia...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's PM Rudd gestures as he attends Australia 2020 Summit in Canberra
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd gestures as he attends a Communities session of the 'Australia 2020 Summit' in Canberra April 19, 2008. Aborigines with didgeridoos and wearing loin cloths opened a summit of Australia's brightest minds on Saturday, with Rudd urging fresh ideas to solve indigenous inequality and ease climate change. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
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April 19, 2008
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd attends the opening ceremony of the "Australia 2020 Summit" in...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd attends the opening ceremony of the "Australia 2020 Summit" in...
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd attends the opening ceremony of the "Australia 2020 Summit" in Canberra April 19, 2008. Aborigines with didgeridoos and wearing loin cloths opened a summit of Australia's brightest minds on Saturday, with Rudd urging fresh ideas to solve indigenous inequality and ease climate change. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1ZN5D
April 19, 2008
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd gives a speech during the opening ceremony of the "Australia 2020...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd gives a speech during the opening ceremony of the "Australia 2020...
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd gives a speech during the opening ceremony of the "Australia 2020 Summit" in Canberra April 19, 2008. Aborigines with didgeridoos and wearing loin cloths opened a summit of Australia's brightest minds on Saturday, with Rudd urging fresh ideas to solve indigenous inequality and ease climate change. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINAL
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February 12, 2008
An Aboriginal rights activist tends to a sacred fire at the Aboriginal tent embassy outside old Parliament...
Canberra, Australia
An Aboriginal rights activist tends to a sacred fire at the Aboriginal tent embassy outside old Parliament...
An Aboriginal rights activist tends to a sacred fire at the Aboriginal tent embassy outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINES
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against federal government intervention in Aboriginal affairs...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate outside old Parliament House in Canberra
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against federal government intervention in Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINAL
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is the federal government's intervention...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate outside old Parliament House in Canberra
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is the federal government's intervention into Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINAL
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is the federal government's intervention...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate outside old Parliament House in Canberra
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is the federal government's intervention into Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against federal government intervention in Aboriginal affairs...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against federal government intervention in Aboriginal affairs...
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against federal government intervention in Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is the federal government's intervention...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate outside old Parliament House in Canberra
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is the federal government's intervention into Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)

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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against the federal government's intervention of Aboriginal...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against federal government's intervention of Aboriginal affairs...
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against the federal government's intervention of Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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February 12, 2008
An Aboriginal rights protester demonstrates against the federal government intervention of Aboriginal...
Canberra, Australia
An Aboriginal rights protester demonstrates against federal government intervention of Aboriginal affairs...
An Aboriginal rights protester demonstrates against the federal government intervention of Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is federal government intervention in...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate outside old Parliament House in Canberra
Aboriginal rights protesters demonstrate against what they say is federal government intervention in Aboriginal affairs in the Northern Territory outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINES
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February 12, 2008
Supporters of Aboriginal rights put leaves on the sacred fire at the Aboriginal tent embassy outside...
Canberra, Australia
Supporters of Aboriginal rights put leaves on the sacred fire at the Aboriginal tent embassy outside...
Supporters of Aboriginal rights put leaves on the sacred fire at the Aboriginal tent embassy outside old Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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February 12, 2008
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) and Ngunnawal elder Matilda House watch an Aboriginal welcoming...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's PM Rudd and Ngunnawal elder House watch an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House...
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) and Ngunnawal elder Matilda House watch an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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February 12, 2008
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (2nd R) and opposition leader Brendan Nelson (2nd L) pose with...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's PM Rudd and opposition leader Nelson pose with Aboriginal performers in Canberra
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (2nd R) and opposition leader Brendan Nelson (2nd L) pose with Aboriginal performers after an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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February 12, 2008
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) and opposition leader Brendan Nelson (R) wrap a possum skin...
Canberra, Australia
Australia's PM Rudd and opposition leader Nelson wrap a possum skin cloak around Ngunnawal elder House...
Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) and opposition leader Brendan Nelson (R) wrap a possum skin cloak around Ngunnawal elder Matilda House during an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINAL
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal performer Albert David looks on with tears in his eyes during an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal performer David looks on with tears in his eyes during an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at...
Aboriginal performer Albert David looks on with tears in his eyes during an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINAL
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal performers conduct an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal performers conduct an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra
Aboriginal performers conduct an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/ABORIGINAL
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February 12, 2008
Aboriginal performer Rebecca Wallace wipes a tear from her eye during an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony...
Canberra, Australia
Aboriginal performer Wallace wipes a tear from her eye during an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament...
Aboriginal performer Rebecca Wallace wipes a tear from her eye during an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra February 12, 2008. Aborigines playing didgeridoos and smeared with white body paint overturned hundreds of years of British tradition in Australia on Tuesday by taking part in the official opening of the nation's new parliamentary session. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
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July 14, 2007
Gary Rose of Bourke (R) plays his didgeridoo before a march from an Aboriginal housing area known as...
Sydney, Australia
Rose of Bourke plays his didgeridoo before a march from an Aboriginal housing area known as The Block...
Gary Rose of Bourke (R) plays his didgeridoo before a march from an Aboriginal housing area known as "The Block" in the inner Sydney city suburb of Refern July 14, 2007. The demonstration organisers say, is part of a national day of action for Aboriginal justice and coincides with a week-long celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people marking their history, culture and achievements. REUTERS/Will Burgess (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINIES/BURIAL
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May 30, 2007
An aboriginal man in traditional dress plays a didgeridoo next to aboriginal remains wrapped in bark...
Sydney, Australia
An aboriginal man in traditional dress plays a didgeridoo next to aboriginal remains wrapped in bark...
An aboriginal man in traditional dress plays a didgeridoo next to aboriginal remains wrapped in bark before a traditional burial ceremony in Sydney Harbour National Park May 30, 2007. Aborigines have campaigned for decades for the return of ancestral remains from museums in Australia and around the world and these were the last of 28 held by Sydney University. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINIES/BURIAL
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May 30, 2007
An aboriginal man in traditional dress (L) plays a didgeridoo as people carrying aboriginal remains wrapped...
Sydney, Australia
An aboriginal man plays a didgeridoo as people carrying aboriginal remains wrapped in bark in Sydney...
An aboriginal man in traditional dress (L) plays a didgeridoo as people carrying aboriginal remains wrapped in bark pass by a smoking fire on their way to a traditional burial ceremony in Sydney Harbour National Park May 30, 2007. Aborigines have campaigned for decades for the return of ancestral remains from museums in Australia and around the world and these were the last of 28 held by Sydney University. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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May 26, 2007
A group of traditionally dressed Aboriginies playing didgeridoos and music sticks lead a march through...
Sydney, Australia
A group of traditionally dressed Aboriginies playing didgeridoos and music sticks lead a march through...
A group of traditionally dressed Aboriginies playing didgeridoos and music sticks lead a march through Sydney May 26, 2007 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal referendum. Several hundred people participated in the march that acknowledged the 1967 referendum where 90.77 percent of Australians voted that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be counted in the national census of the national population, thus giving the federal government powers to make laws for indigenous people. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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May 26, 2007
A traditionally dressed Aboriginal man playing a didgeridoo leads a march through Sydney May 26, 2007...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal man playing a didgeridoo leads a march through the city to mark the 40th anniversary of the...
A traditionally dressed Aboriginal man playing a didgeridoo leads a march through Sydney May 26, 2007 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal referendum. Several hundred people participated in the march that acknowledged the 1967 referendum where 90.77 percent of Australians voted that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be counted in the national census of the national population, thus giving the federal government powers to make laws for indigenous people. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
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May 26, 2007
A traditionally dressed Aboriginal man playing a didgeridoo leads a march through Sydney May 26, 2007...
Sydney, Australia
Aboriginal man playing a didgeridoo leads a march through the city to mark the 40th anniversary of the...
A traditionally dressed Aboriginal man playing a didgeridoo leads a march through Sydney May 26, 2007 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal referendum. Several hundred people participated in the march that acknowledged the 1967 referendum where 90.77 percent of Australians voted that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be counted in the national census of the national population, thus giving the federal government powers to make laws for indigenous people. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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May 26, 2007
A group of traditionally dressed Aboriginies playing didgeridoos and music sticks lead a march through...
Sydney, Australia
A group of traditionally dressed Aboriginies playing didgeridoos and music sticks lead a march through...
A group of traditionally dressed Aboriginies playing didgeridoos and music sticks lead a march through Sydney May 26, 2007 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Aboriginal referendum. Several hundred people participated in the march that acknowledged the 1967 referendum where 90.77 percent of Australians voted that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be counted in the national census of the national population, thus giving the federal government powers to make laws for indigenous people. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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